MR imaging evaluation of subtle Lisfranc injuries: the midfoot sprain

Julia Crim
Magnetic Resonance Imaging Clinics of North America 2008, 16 (1): 19-27, v
MR imaging offers the great advantage over other imaging modalities by demonstrating ligament injuries directly rather than relying on secondary signs of bony abnormalities. Based on the literature at present, it has been shown that MR imaging can demonstrate tears of the Lisfranc ligament complex. There is, however, limited information on diagnostic accuracy.

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